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Maritime Security Regulations (US Coast Guard) by Leesacks

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									    4000 SECTION - PREVENTION
                       4100 INTRODUCTION
                       4200 MARITIME SECURITY MARSEC LEVEL PLANNING
                              4210 Link to Homeland Security Advisory System
                              4220 Procedures when vessel & facility are at different MARSEC
                              4230 Procedures for requesting equivalancies to MARSEC Directives
                       4300 MARSEC LEVEL 1
                              4310 Standard Security Procedures for MARSEC Level 1
                              4320 Physical Security Measures
                              4330 Operational Security (OPSEC) Measures
                              4340 Roles, Resources, Authorities, and Responsibilities
                              4350 Sea Port of Embarkation Operational Plan
                       4400 MARSEC LEVEL 2
                              4410 Standard Security Procedures for MARSEC Level 2
                              4420 Physical Security Measures
                              4430 Operational Security Measures
                              4440 Roles, Resources, Authorities, and Responsibilites
                              4450 Sea Port of Embarkation Operational Plan
                       4500 MARSEC LEVEL 3
                              4510 Standard Security procedures for MARSEC Level 3
                              4520 Physical Security Measures
                              4530 Operational Security Measures
                              4540 Roles, Resources, Authorities, and Responsibilities
                              4550 Sea Port of Embarkation Operational Plan
                       4600 PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY
                              4610 Designation of Public Access Facilities
                              4620 Withdrawal of Designation
                              4630 Security Procedures for Public Access Facilities
                       4700 MARITIME WORKER CREDENTIALS


    4100 (U) Introduction
    MARSEC Levels were established to allow the Coast Guard to easily and clearly communicate the
    security measures required in response to an HSAS Threat Condition. MARSEC Levels permit
    FMSCs, in consultation with the Port Security Committee, to plan and pre-designate appropriate
    preventative and protective postures for each MARSEC Level. The three MARSEC Levels align with
    the five color-coded HSAS Threat Conditions. Because of the unique nature of the maritime industry,
    MARSEC Level 1 applies when HSAS Threat Conditions Green, Blue, and Yellow are set. MARSEC
    Level 2 corresponds to HSAS Threat Condition Orange, while MARSEC Level 3 corresponds to HSAS
    Threat Condition Red.




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  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    4200 (U) Maritime Security (MARSEC) Level Planning
              This section is organized as follows:
                       4210 Link to Homeland Security Advisory System
                       4220 Procedures when a Vessel and Facility are at Different
                       4230 Procedures for Requesting Equivalencies to MARSEC Directives


    4210 (U) Link to Homeland Security Advisory System
    Given that the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security manages HSAS Threat Conditions as
    a national system, only the Commandant of the Coast Guard can set MARSEC Levels, such MARSEC
    changes will occur when the threat that prompted a change in the HSAS Threat Condition imperils the
    MTS.

    There may be instances where DHS raises the HSAS Threat Condition based on threats unrelated to the
    MTS, the threat becomes more defined and it is clear that the MTS is not a target. In these instances,
    the Commandant may set MARSEC Levels below the equivalent HSAS Threat Condition.
    Furthermore, it may be appropriate for the Commandant to raise the MARSEC Level at only specific
    ports in response to the elevated HSAS Threat Condition instead of requiring all ports nationwide or on
    a particular coast to elevate their protective measures. Examples include ports where military load-outs
    occur or those considered strategically important.

    FMSCs may temporarily raise the
                                                       HOMELAND SECURITY                         MARINE SECURITY
    MARSEC Level in their respective
                                                        ADVISORY SYSTEM                              LEVELS
    AOR or for a segment of the maritime
    industry within that area only when
    there is a serious threat to the MTS                                                           MARSEC THREE
                                                                                                    Incident Imminent
    requiring immediate action to prevent
    a TSI and timely consultation with the
    Commandant is not feasible. The                                                                 MARSEC TWO
    heightened MARSEC Level will                                                                     Heightened Risk
    continue only as long as necessary to
    address the serious threat which
    prompted the FMSC to set that Level.
    An example would be a situation
    where a FMSC receives information
    from the local police that a bomb has                                                           MARSEC ONE
    been located at an LNG facility while                                                             New Normalcy

    a Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) ship is
    inbound to the facility. It is
    anticipated that COTPs would raise
    the MARSEC Level only in the most
    rare of circumstances.




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  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    4220 (U) Procedures when Vessel and Facility are
         Different MARSEC Levels
    There may be circumstances (i.e. directed by their flag state or at the discretion of the vessel owner)
    where a vessel is operating at a higher MARSEC Level, as defined by the ISPS Code, than the port that
    the vessel is calling on. In such cases, the port and its facilities may remain at the existing MARSEC
    Level. However, if the port or facility is at higher MARSEC Level per Commandant or FMSC
    direction than the arriving vessel, the foreign flagged vessel must attain the corresponding MARSEC
    Level. The assumption is made that U.S. flagged vessels will already be at a corresponding MARSEC
    level with the receiving facility but the ship’s agent is still responsible for prior notification of the
    facility’s and vessel’s MARSEC Levels.

    The responsibility to notify adjacent facilities within 500 meters of the receiving facility of the higher
    MARSEC Level of the arriving ship remains with the receiving facility. The arriving foreign flagged
    vessel that is at a higher MARSEC Level must submit a plan along with their Notice of Arrival ninety-
    six hours in advance to and the receiving facility via the ship’s agent that describes how it expects the
    facility to help accommodate the higher level of security.

    Since the regulations require the facility to determine the MARSEC Level of those vessels arriving at
    its facility, the facility must work with both the ship’s agent and FMSC to assure that all notifications
    are made as to the applicable and required MARSEC Levels.


    4230 (U) Procedures for requesting equivalencies to
         MARSEC Directives
    MARSEC Directives will set mandatory measures that all defined entities must meet in a specified time
    period. These entities will also be required to confirm, to the local COTP, receipt of the MARSEC
    Directive, as well as specify the method by which the mandatory measures have been (or will be) met.
    If a MARSEC Directive recipient is unable to implement the measures mandated in the MARSEC
    Directive, the recipient may propose temporary equivalent security measures to the local COTP.
    However, the recipient will only be able to propose such equivalencies for the shortest period of time
    possible never to exceed the length of the MARSEC Directive, and it will be required to implement
    any portion of MARSEC Directive where the COTP does not approve a proposed equivalency. These
    facilities or vessels may receive verbal permission from COTP for a temporary waiver, to be
    documented by the Intergrated Command Center, to be followed up with documentation submitted to
    the COTP within a period not to exceed six hours. See section 3400.

                  Time                                                       Time allotted for
                alloted to                                                       complete
                comply to         Time required for submission of          implementation of
                MARSEC             Temporary Security Measures                  MARSEC
                Directive                                                       Directive
                 12 hours                      6 hours                         Not to exceed
                                                                            length of Directive

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  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    Sections 104.130, 105.130, and 106.125 state that vessel or facility owners or operators requesting
    Alternate Security Program waivers for any requirement of part 104, 105, or 106 must include
    justification for why the specific requirement(s) are unnecessary for that particular owner’s or
    operator’s vessel or facility or its operating conditions. A request for a waiver must be submitted in
    writing with justification to the Commandant (G-MP) at 2100 Second St. SW., Washington, DC
    20593.

    4300 (U) MARSEC Level 1
    This section is organized as follows:
             4310 Standard Security Procedures for MARSEC Level ONE
             4320 Physical Security Measures
             4330 Operational Security (OPSEC) Measures
             4340 Roles, Resources, Authorities, and Responsibilities
             4350 Security Measures for SPOE Operations


    4310 (SSI) Standard Security Procedures for MARSEC
         Level ONE
    [RESERVED]

    4320 (SSI) Physical Security Measures
    Measure Info Security         Responsible Entity     Description
         (1)   UNCLAS             FBI JTTF / FDLE        Create a declassified single combined Northeast and Eastern Central
                                  RDSTF / MJTF J-2       Florida Maritime Threat Assessment at the SSI INFOSEC level and
                                                         circulate to all MJTF members and all port entities required to write or
                                                         update MTSA vessel or facility security p lans.

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               Material]

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               Material]
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               Material]

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               Material]
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               Material]




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  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    Measure Info Security         Responsible Entity     Description
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               Material]



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  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    Measure Info Security         Responsible Entity      Description
        (15)   [Removed SSI       [Removed SSI Material] [Removed SSI Material]
               Material]

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               Material]

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               Material]



        (22)   UNCLAS             CDC Quarantine          Designate three offshore quarantine anchorages for Jacksonville /
                                  Station, JMTF Harbor    Fernandina as holdings areas for: (1) suspected biological vectors -
                                  Safety Committee,       closest to shore; (2) suspected chemical vectors - intermediate distance
                                  USCG Captain of the     offshore; and (3) suspected radiological vectors - as near the 12 NM
                                  Port                    limit as possible.

        (23)   UNCLAS             CDC Quarantine station Designate three offshore quarantine anchorages for Port Canaveral as
                                  and USCG Captain of holdings areas for: (1) suspected biological vectors - closest to shore;
                                  the Port               (2) suspected chemical vectors - intermediate distance offshore; and (3)
                                                         suspected radiological vectors - as near the 12 NM limit as possible.




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  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    Measure Info Security         Responsible Entity      Description
        (24)   [Removed SSI       [Removed SSI Material] [Removed SSI Material]
               Material]

        (25)   UNCLAS             USCG                    Establish 25 meter permanent no-entry security zones around all
                                                          international cruiseship terminals, marine events with more than 1000
                                                          persons estimated to attend, and passenger staging areas with more than
                                                          1000 persons contained in a small shoreline area.

        (26)   UNCLAS             Facility Operators and Establish periodic monitoring of the security zones established by
                                  Marine/Shoreline Event measure (25); assure monitoring is low-light capable and establish hot-
                                  Organizers             line procedures for emergency notification of an intrusion (from water
                                                         or shore) to 911 and the Coast Guard Integrated Command Center at
                                                         (904) 247-7318.

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               Material]




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               Material]

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               Material]
        (31)   UNCLAS             ALL                     Conduct annual Area Maritime Security Exercises, audits, and drills.
                                                          Conduct required facility and vessel security exercises, audits, and drills
                                                          under 33 CFR part 104 and 105. Periodically review the Area Plan and
                                                          emergency response plans for familiarization and currency (at least once
                                                          per year).

        (32)   [Removed SSI       [Removed SSI Material] [Removed SSI Material]
               Material]




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  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    Measure Info Security         Responsible Entity     Description
        (33)   UNCLAS             USCG                   Halt the operation of all facilities subject to 33 CFR part 105 that do not
                                                         have approved Facility Security Plans not later than 01 July 2004.
                                                         Inspect facilities with approved plans for security purposes and spot -
                                                         check/test security at these facilities at least once per year.

        (34)   UNCLAS             USCG                   Halt the operation of all vessels subject to 33 CFR part 104 that do not
                                                         have approved Vessel Security Plans not later than 01 July 2004.
                                                         Inspect vessels with approved plans for security purposes and spot -
                                                         check/test security at these vessels at least once per year.

        (35)   UNCLAS             USCG                   Ban foreign vessels subject to the International Ship and Port Facility
                                                         Security Code (ISPS) that do not have approve vessel security plans
                                                         from U.S. waters by 01 July 2004. Inspect vessels with ISPS security
                                                         plans at least once per year to verify their security plans are in place and
                                                         security measures are executed in accordance with it.

        (36)   UNCLAS             USCG                   Conduct second-tier reviews of any vessel in violation of the Advanced
                                                         Notice of Arrival regulations. Issue COTP orders to hold any vessel
                                                         approaching from entering the Northeast and Eastern Central Florida
                                                         ports until such time as the second-tier review of the vessel is complete.
                                                         Lift the COTP order only when the vessel has screened low-risk.

        (37)   [Removed SSI       [Removed SSI Material] [Removed SSI Material]
               Material]



        (38)   UNCLAS             MJTF J-2               Visit major marinas monthly to review activities for suspicious
                                                         behavior, establish rapport, and monitor for signs of terrorist, organized
                                                         crime, or illegal protest activity, logistics, or reconnaissance.

        (39)   [Removed SSI       [Removed SSI Material] [Removed SSI Material]
               Material]




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               Material]




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  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    Measure Info Security         Responsible Entity     Description
        (41)   [Removed SSI       [Removed SSI Material] [Removed SSI Material]
               Material]



        (42)   UNCLAS             All Government         Fascilitate training for field-level government and private security
                                                         personnel on recognizing: (1) chemical and radiological augmented
                                                         IEDs; (2) routine IEDs; (3) biological vectors such as weaponized
                                                         Anthrax; (4) symptoms and signs of virulent disease outbreaks (whether
                                                         naturally occurring or as terrorist vectors).

        (43)   UNCLAS             All                    Treat all unauthorized persons / unidentified intruders as hostiles and
                                                         enact CBRNE response measures (particular focus on planted CBRNE
                                                         devices) until threat has been deemed non-credible (fail-safe posture).
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               Material]



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               Material]



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               Material]




        (47)   UNCLAS             All                    Maintain readiness to execute MARSEC TWO security measures in this
                                                         plan and in approved facility security plans within twelve (12) hours.
                                                         Review MARSEC TWO security measures in this plan and approved
                                                         VSPs/FSPs at least once per quarter.


    4330 (SSI) Operational Security (OPSEC) Measures
    Operational Security is defined as a systematic and analytical process by which Government agencies,
    commercial entities, and private citizens can deny potential adversaries information about our
    capabilities and intentions by identifying, controlling, and protecting evidence of planning and
    execution of sensitive activities and operations.

    The information about our intentions, capabilities, or activities is known as “critical information.”
    Since the compromise of this critical information may allow a terrorist to gain a significant advantage,
    its protection involves all personnel—active, reserve, auxiliary, civilians and contractors. A concerted
    effort must be taken to ensure everyone is aware that the threat is real and active in all aspects of our
    missions.

    Operational Security Measures mitigate or control vulnerabilities, threats, and usefullness of
    information that our adversaries may develop. These measures can include procedural changes,
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  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    supression of indicators to deny critical information, deception, preception management, intelligence
    countermeasures, traditional (physical) security measures, or any other action that is likely to thwart our
    adversary’s purposes. The Port Security Committee has recommended the following OPSEC
    Measures for MARSEC ONE:



      Measure     Info Security    Responsible Entity     Description
       (O-1)      [Removed SSI     [Removed SSI           [Removed SSI Material]
                  Material]        Material]
       (O-2)      [Removed SSI     [Removed SSI           [Removed SSI Material]
                  Material]        Material]
       (O-3)      [Removed SSI     [Removed SSI           [Removed SSI Material]
                  Material]        Material]
       (O-4)      UNCLAS           All                    Minimize to the extent possible budgetary limitations related to
                                                          security measures, systems, and forces are made public.

       (O-5)      UNCLAS           All                    Protect the security training status and records of personnel – make it
                                                          difficult to learn who has completed what training and for what
                                                          purpose they were trained.

       (O-6)      UNCLAS           All                    Avoid descriptive or easily associated project names and exercise
                                                          names, acronyms, and nicknames in conducting security business.

       (O-7)      UNCLAS           All                    Periodically conduct surveillance of your own property and/or
                                                          operation and identify signals/patterns/indicators that alert observers
                                                          when you are about to conduct specific critical operations (e.g., pier
                                                          lights always energized ½ hour before vessels arrive), and re-design
                                                          so that these indicators are used for a variety of operations and
                                                          periodically employed when no operation is on-going, thereby
                                                          eliminating their value as true indicators for adversary surveillance.

       (O-8)      [Removed SSI     [Removed SSI           [Removed SSI Material]
                  Material]        Material]
       (O-9)      UNCLAS           All                    Review web-sites and public calendars that would indicate
                                                          locations/schedules/activities of executives and critical personnel
                                                          and remove these sites.

       (O-10)     [Removed SSI     [Removed SSI           [Removed SSI Material]
                  Material]        Material]



    4340 (SSI) Roles, Resources, Authorities, and
         Responsibilities
    [RESERVED]

    4350 (SSI) Security Measures for SPOE Operations
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  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    4400 (U) MARSEC Level 2
    This section is organized as follows:
             4410 Standard Security Procedures for MARSEC Level TWO
             4420 Physical Security Measures
             4430 Operational Security Measures
             4440 Roles, Resources, Responsibilites
             4450 Security Measures for SPOE Operations

    4410 (SSI) Standard Security Procedures for MARSEC
         Level TWO
    [RESERVED]

    4420 (SSI) Physical Security Measures
    Measure Info Security Responsible Entity Description
     (48)     UNCLAS            All          Continue all MARSEC ONE Security Measures except measures (31), (32),
                                             (38), and (42).

      (49)     UNCLAS          All vessels and    Conduct an OPERATIONAL PAUSE while all spaces and operations
                                facilities with   ashore and afloat are reviewed. No vessels are to depart the dock or make
                              required security   entry into the port. Re-start operations after all-clear is confirmed by
                                   plans, all     FSO/VSO. Report the all-clear as soon as possible and no later than two
                                 government       hours after notification to the USCG Integrated Command Center, 3440.2.
                                 installations    Report suspicious activity or security breaches to 911 and the National
                                                  Response Center at (800) 422-8802. For entities with approved facility or
                                                  vessel security plans, begin implementing MARSEC TWO security
                                                  measures after the operational pause is complete and confirm attainment of
                                                  MARSEC TWO within twelve hours. Report inability (shortfalls) to attain
                                                  elements of MARSEC TWO security measures immediately to the USCG
                                                  Integrated Command Center. Repeat review/search proceedures every 12
                                                  hours while MARSEC TWO is maintained, including report of "all clear"
                                                  to the Integrated Command Center, 3440.2.

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             SSI Material]       Material]




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  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    Measure Info Security Responsible Entity Description
     (51)     UNCLAS USCG Captain of Issue/activate Security Zone regulations and Broadcast Notices to Mariners
                              the Port       requiring all pilots and operators of vessels over 50 meters in length (tug
                                             operators for barges over 50 meters in length) intending to transit the
                                             following areas to contact and clear with the Coast Guard/MJTF vessel
                                             serving as Sentinel/Gate-keeper offshore before making inbound or
                                             outbound transits: (1) St. Marys River and the ICW from Kings Bay to the
                                             ocean and three miles around the mouth to the St. Marys River; (2) St.
                                             Johns River from Dames Point Cruise Terminal to the ocean and three
                                             miles around the mouth to the St. Johns River; (3) Port Canaveral and three
                                             miles around the entry to Port Canaveral; and (4) all federal anchorages as
                                             defined in 33 CFR 110.183.

      (52)    [Removed          [Removed SSI      [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]        Material]




      (53)     UNCLAS         USCG Captain of
                                 the Port     Upon MARSEC TWO set, issue a general Captain of the Port order
                                              prohibiting the entry and departure of vessels except law enforcement and
                                              emergency response as part of the Operational Pause. Once an all-clear has
                                              been reported, grant permission for the vessel to resume operations, and lift
                                              the general Captain of the Port Order only when the large majority of
                                              vessels and facilities requiring security plans have reported all-clear.

      (54)     UNCLAS             Owners of       Upon MARSEC TWO set, review all operations on your property or by
                              properties located tenants on your property as part of the Operational Pause and conduct a
                              within 100 meters search of your property for unauthorized vehicles and/or placed
                             of a bridge over the packages/bins/containers which could be Improvised Explosive Devices
                                  Intercostals    (IEDs) endangering the bridge and/or its supports. Report suspicious
                                Waterway, St. vehicles and packages to the police at 911 and the Coast Guard Integrated
                                 Johns River,     Command Center (904) 247-7318. Report the all-clear to the Coast Guard
                              Banana River, or Integrated Command Center (see paragraph 3440.2) as soon as possible
                                 Indian River     and in no case more than two hours after MARSEC TWO set. Conduct a
                                                  similar search/review at least once every 48 hours and report the all-clear to
                                                  the Coast Guard Integrated Command Center.

      (55)     UNCLAS            Shoreline        Upon MARSEC TWO set, review all operations on your property or by
                                 Buildings,       tenants on your property as part of the Operational Pause and conduct a
                              Marine/Shoreline    search of your property for unauthorized vehicles and/or placed
                              Event Organizers,   packages/bins/containers which could be Improvised Explosive Devices
                               and Passenger      (IEDs) endangering the areas where people congregate. Report suspicious
                                Staging Area      vehicles and packages to the police at 911 and the Coast Guard Integrated
                               Managers with      Command Center at (904) 247-7318. Report the all-clear to the Coast
                               more than 1000     Guard Integrated Command Center (see paragraph 3440.2) as soon as
                                  persons         possible and in no case more than two hours after MARSEC TWO set.
                                                  Conduct a similar search/review at least once every 48 hours and report the
                                                  all-clear to the Coast Guard Integrated Command Center.


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    DATE      DRAFT           FOUO / SSI            AUTHORITY        MSO JAX       AUTHORITY                 P AGE
                                                                                                   D.L. LERSCH       4000- 12
  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    Measure Info Security Responsible Entity Description
     (56)    [Removed      [Removed SSI [Removed SSI Material]
            SSI Material]     Material]

      (57)     UNCLAS           Shoreline      Limit the total number of people attending your events / congregating and/or
                                Buildings,     disperse people in your buildings/attending events/congregating such that
                             M arine/Shoreline the density of persons limits the number of people to 1000 within a 25 meter
                             Event Organizers, radius, thereby limiting the consequences of an Improvised Explosive
                              and Passenger Device attack by limiting the number of people inside IED stand-off
                               Staging Area distance. Review and remove as much as possible anything that is likely to
                              Managers with serve as secondary debris for an IED detonated anywhere within your
                              more than 1000 event/congregation area/building. To the extent possible, re-locate
                                  persons      congregation areas/high-density areas away from exterior walls and
                                               windows thereby reducing vulnerability to IEDs detonated in proximity to
                                               outsides of building and reducing flying debris impacts.
      (58)     UNCLAS           Shoreline      Review and limit as much as possible the number of vehicle access points to
                                Buildings,     your event, building, or passenger staging area. Limit vehicle approaches to
                             Marine/Shoreline 10 meters of congregation/inhabited areas. Because the energy of an
                             Event Organizers, approaching vehicle (laden or unladen with explosives) increases with the
                              and Passenger square of the speed of the vehicle, increase the stand-off distances to
                               Staging Area congregation areas in the direct path of high-speed approaches (straight-on
                              Managers with streets, etc.). Wherever possible move congregation areas, etc., into areas at
                              more than 1000 a tangent to high-speed approaches. Minimize vehicle speeds in areas under
                                 persons       your control. Conduct IED sweeps on all vessels coming alongside prior to
                                               approach, particularly on passenger vessels, while passengers are present
                                               (bunker when passengers are not present).

      (59)     UNCLAS         Shoreline      Review likely vantage points for terrorist, organized crime, and illegal
                              Buildings,     protest surveillance of your buildings, congregation areas, and vehicle or
                           Marine/Shoreline pedestrian access points, even when those vantage points are outside your
                           Event Organizers, area of control. To the extent possible, place obstructions and screens to
                            and Passenger reduce visibility of your operations/event/areas from those likely vantage
                             Staging Area points.
                            Managers with
                            more than 1000
                               persons
      (60)    [Removed      [Removed SSI [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]     Material]




      (61)    [Removed         [Removed SSI    [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]       Material]




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    DATE      DRAFT           FOUO / SSI          AUTHORITY        MSO JAX       AUTHORITY      D.L. LERSCH  P AGE   4000- 13
  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    Measure Info Security Responsible Entity Description
     (62)    [Removed      [Removed SSI [Removed SSI Material]
            SSI Material]     Material]
      (63)     UNCLAS           FL National      Activate and deploy personnel to the MJTF Unified Command Incident
                                Guard Civil      Command Post.
                               Support Team
      (64)     UNCLAS             Florida        Activate and deploy personnel to the MJTF Unified Command Incident
                              Department of      Command Post.
                                  Health
      (65)     UNCLAS              USN           Activate and deploy personnel to the MJTF Unified Command Incident
                               Commander,        Command Post.
                               Navy Region
                                 Southeast
      (66)     UNCLAS          Commanding        Activate and deploy personnel to the MJTF Unified Command Incident
                              General, Patrick   Command Post.
                              Air Force Base
                                and Director
                              Kennedy Space
                                  Center
      (67)     UNCLAS              MJTF          Initiate and maintain close liaison with CDC Quarantine Station in Miami.

      (68)     UNCLAS              MJTF          Deploy liaison officer assistants to the Brevard, Duval, and Nassau County
                                                 Emergency Operations Centers (MACCs within the National Response Plan
                                                 framework) for interagency coordination outside the Marine division. All
                                                 federal, state, and local governmental marine entities will be integrated into
                                                 MJTF Unified Command and represented as assigned within the MTJF ICS.

      (69)     UNCLAS              MTJF          Deploy liaison officer assistants to the FBI Emergency Operations Center
                                                 and FDLE Emergency Operations Center if activated.

      (70)    [Removed         [Removed SSI      [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]       Material]




      (71)     UNCLAS        USCG Captain of Maintain and continuously track through the MTJF-ICC all shortfalls
                                the Port     reported by facilities and vessels with approved security plans. Evaluate
                                             shortfalls and where shortfalls create a manifestly unsafe condition in view
                                             of MARSEC TWO Threat Information, issue Captain of the Port Orders
                                             halting operations and/or closing the security shortfall. Where MJTF
                                             resources/efforts are required to close the gap, assign same as a priority to
                                             the MJTF Unified Command. Update and include gap-closing measures in
                                             the Common Operational Picture (COP) and coordinate continued MJTF
                                             reconnaissance on shortfalls where necessary to evaluate required gap-
                                             closing security measures.




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    DATE      DRAFT           FOUO / SSI            AUTHORITY        MSO JAX        AUTHORITY                P AGE
                                                                                                   D.L. LERSCH       4000- 14
  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    Measure Info Security Responsible Entity Description
     (72)     UNCLAS USCG Captain of Issue/activate RNA regulations and Broadcast Notices to Mariners
                              the Port      forbidding mooring to or loitering in the vicinity of all bridges over the
                                            ICW, St. Marys River, St. Johns River, Banana River, Indian River, Barge
                                            Canal (Canaveral), and Hanover Canal.

      (73)    [Removed         [Removed SSI     [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]       Material]



      (74)    [Removed         [Removed SSI     [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]       Material]

      (75)    [Removed         [Removed SSI     [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]       Material]

      (76)    [Removed         [Removed SSI     [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]       Material]




      (77)    [Removed         [Removed SSI     [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]       Material]




      (78)    [Removed         [Removed SSI     [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]       Material]

      (79)     UNCLAS         MJTF, Facility    Increase monitoring of security zones around terminals and high-density
                              Operators and     marine/shoreline events defined in MARSEC ONE Security Measure (25) to
                             Marine/Shoreline   continuous low-light capable monitoring plus periodic patrols by security
                             Event Organizers   personnel (from ashore acceptable) on a randomly-timed, randomly-rotating
                                                frequency of patrol basis.

      (80)    [Removed         [Removed SSI     [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]       Material]




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    DATE      DRAFT           FOUO / SSI           AUTHORITY       MSO JAX      AUTHORITY     D.L. LERSCH    P AGE   4000- 15
  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    Measure Info Security Responsible Entity Description
     (81)    [Removed      [Removed SSI [Removed SSI Material]
            SSI Material]     Material]




      (82)    [Removed         [Removed SSI    [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]       Material]



      (83)    [Removed         [Removed SSI    [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]       Material]


      (84)    [Removed         [Removed SSI    [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]       Material]
      (85)     UNCLAS        USCG Captain of Within 24 hours of MARSEC TWO set, hold open-session Port Security
                                the Port     Committee meetings in Jacksonville/Fernandina and Port Canaveral to
                                             refresh all personnel on this plan, MARSEC TWO security measures,
                                             recognition of CBRNE vectors and devices, and the specific threat
                                             information.

      (86)    [Removed         [Removed SSI    [Removed SSI Material]
             SSI Material]       Material]
      (87)     UNCLAS        USCG and FDEP Within 24 hours of MARSEC TWO set, alert all pollution response
                                           contractors to attain heightened deployment readiness. Review Area
                                           Contingency Plan, Hazardous Materials Annex, and County Disaster
                                           Response Plans, reference ACP call out list.

      (88)     UNCLAS         USCG, FWCC, Deploy auxiliary support officers throughout boating community at marinas
                                and FDLE  stores, dives shops, etc., to assure maximum awareness of MARSEC TWO
                                          security zones, restrictions, and issues. Maintain continuous effort
                                          throughout MARSEC TWO.

      (89)     UNCLAS                All       Maintain readiness to execute MARSEC THREE security measures in this
                                               plan and in approved facility security plans within twelve (12) hours.
                                               Review MARSEC THREE security measures in this plan and approved
                                               VSPs/FSPs within six hours of MARSEC TWO set.




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    DATE      DRAFT           FOUO / SSI          AUTHORITY       MSO JAX      AUTHORITY     D.L. LERSCH     P AGE   4000- 16
  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    4430 (SSI) Operational Security Measures
    Operational Security is defined as a systematic and analytical process by which government agencies,
    commercial entities, and private citizens can deny potential adversaries information about our
    capabilities and intentions by identifying, controlling, and protecting evidence of planning and
    execution of sensitive activities and operations.

    The information about our intentions, capabilities, or activities is known as “critical information.”
    Since the compromise of this critical information may allow a terrorist to gain a significant advantage,
    its protection involves all personnel—active, reserve, auxiliary, civilians and contractors. A concerted
    effort must be taken to ensure everyone is aware that the threat is real and active in all aspects of our
    missions.

    Operational Security Measures mitigate or control vulnerabilities, threats, and usefullness of
    information that our adversaries may develop. These measures can include procedural changes,
    supression of indicators to deny critical information, deception, preception management, intelligence
    countermeasures, traditional (physical) security measures, or any other action that is likely to thwart our
    adversary’s purposes. The Port Security Committee has recommended the following OPSEC
    Measures for MARSEC TWO:

    Measure     Info Security   Responsible Entity   Description
     (O-11)       UNCLAS               All           Continue all MARSEC ONE and OPSEC Measures except
                                                     (O-1), (O-3), (O-8), (O-9), and (O-10).

      (O-12)      UNCLAS                 All         Schedule operations and activities simultaneously so they mask
                                                     each other and confuse observers as to what is happening and
                                                     how the operations are related (if at all).

      (O-13)      [Removed         [Removed SSI      [Removed SSI Material]
                     SSI             Material]
                   Material]



      (O-14)      [Removed         [Removed SSI      [Removed SSI Material]
                     SSI             Material]
                   Material]

      (O-15)      UNCLAS                 All         Disrupt anyone who might be monitoring/surveilling your
                                                     operations by occassionally rotating your communications
                                                     procedures (from radio to cell phone to land-line) etc.

      (O-16)      UNCLAS               MJTF          Within four hours of MARSEC TWO set, begin monitoring of
                                                     OPSEC measures within the port and on vessels. Assure
                                                     vessels, facilities, and other marine areas are using these
                                                     OPSEC measures and those defined within their own security
                                                     plans.




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    DATE       DRAFT        FOUO / SSI          AUTHORITY        MSO JAX      AUTHORITY     D.L. LERSCH      P AGE   4000- 17
  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    Measure     Info Security    Responsible Entity   Description
     (O-17)      [Removed          [Removed SSI       [Removed SSI Material]
                     SSI             Material]
                  Material]
      (O-18)     [Removed           [Removed SSI      [Removed SSI Material]
                     SSI              Material]
                  Material]
      (O-19)      UNCLAS                  All         Gradually change your activity levels to meet MARSEC TWO
                                                      requirements so the change is less apparent; gradually slow
                                                      your activity levels after “operational pause” that the observers
                                                      will not readily understand when the operational pause has
                                                      ceased.

      (O-20)      UNCLAS           All commercial     Without disrupting operations, time activities to occur during
                                       entities       periods of least security vulnerability,e.g. avoid scheduling
                                                      delivery of stores during passenger embarkation.

      (O-21)      [Removed          [Removed SSI      [Removed SSI Material]
                     SSI              Material]
                   Mat erial]
      (O-22)      [Removed          [Removed SSI      [Removed SSI Material]
                     SSI              Material]
                   Material]
      (O-23)      [Removed          [Removed SSI      [Removed SSI Material]
                     SSI              Material]
                   Material]

     (O-24)       UNCLAS                  All         To the extent possible, change the critical personnel reporting
                                                      times and operational cycles in order to maximize adversary
                                                      confusion. Vary the times and routes by which all executives
                                                      and critical personnel report to work.

      (O-25)      UNCLAS                  All         Minimize the use of e-mail and web pages to confer
                                                      information about operational schedules, vessel arrival and
                                                      departure times, and so on. Password protect fee-for-service
                                                      web pages with vessel arrival and operational information.




    4440 (SSI) Roles, Resources, Authorities, and
         Responsibilities
    [RESERVED]



    4450 (SSI) Security Measures for SPOE Operations
    [Removed SSI Material]



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    DATE       DRAFT         FOUO / SSI          AUTHORITY        MSO JAX       AUTHORITY      D.L. LERSCH   P AGE   4000- 18
  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    4500 (U) MARSEC Level 3
    This section is organized as follows:
             4510      Standard Security Procedures for MARSEC Level THREE
             4520      Physical Security Measures
             4530      Operational Security (OPSEC) Measures
             4540     Roles, Resources, Authorities, and Responsibilities
             4550      Security Measures for SPOE Operations



    4510 (SSI) Standard Security Procedures for MARSEC
         Level THREE
    [RESERVED]


    4520 (SSI) Physical Security Measures
    Measure Info Security Responsible Entity Description
     (90)     UNCLAS             All         Continue all MARSEC ONE and TWO Security Measures except
                                             measures (31), (32), (38), and (42).

       (91)    UNCLAS        All vessels and    Conduct OPERATIONAL PAUSE as defined in MARSEC TWO
                              facilities with   Security Measure (49). Upon receiving notification of MARSEC
                            required security   THREE set, conduct an operational pause while all spaces and
                                 plans, all     operations ashore and afloat are reviewed. No vessels are to depart
                               government       the dock or make entry into the port. Re-start operations after all-clear
                               installations    is confirmed by the FSO/VSO. Report the all-clear as soon as
                                                possible and no later than two hours after notification to the USCG
                                                Integrated Command Center, 3440.2. Report suspicious activity or
                                                security breaches to 911 and the National Response Center at (800)
                                                422-8802. For entities with approved facility or vessel security plans,
                                                begin implementing MARSEC THREE security measures after the
                                                operational pause is complete and confirm attainment of MARSEC
                                                THREE within twelve hours. Report inability (shortfalls) to attain
                                                elements of MARSEC THREE security measures immediately to the
                                                USCG Integrated Command Center. Repeat review/search
                                                proceedures every 12 hours while MARSEC THREE is maintained,
                                                including report of "all clear" to the Integrated Command Center,
                                                3440.2.




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    DATE      DRAFT         FOUO / SSI            AUTHORITY        MSO JAX        AUTHORITY      D.L. LERSCH P AGE   4000- 19
  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    Measure Info Security Responsible Entity Description
     (92)     UNCLAS USCG Captain of Upon MARSEC THREE set, issue a Captain of the Port order as
                               the Port      defined in MARSEC TWO Security Measure (53) prohibiting the
                                             entry and departure of vessels except law enforcement and emergency
                                             response as part of the Operational Pause. Ban all recreational vessels
                                             on the St. Johns River from the I-295 bridge to the Ocean, on the St.
                                             Marys River and ICW from Kings Bay to the ocean, and in Port
                                             Canaveral for the duration of MARSEC THREE. Once an all-clear
                                             has been reported, grant permission for the vessel to resume
                                             operations, and lift the Captain of the Port Order only when the large
                                             majority of vessels and facilities requiring security plans have
                                             reported all-clear. Incoming vessels that cannot divert to another port
                                             must be queued and escorted to the dock, 3440.2.

       (93)    [Removed        [Removed SSI    [Removed SSI Material]
                  SSI            Material]
                Material]


       (94)    [Removed        [Removed SSI    [Removed SSI Material]
                  SSI            Material]
                Material]


       (95)    UNCLAS               ALL        Queue all commercial traffic entering or leaving the St. Johns River,
                                               St. Marys River, and Port Canaveral using the Sentinel / Gate-keeper
                                               as traffic control. Contact the Gate-keepr via VHF 21A for queuing
                                               information.

       (96)    [Removed        [Removed SSI    [Removed SSI Material]
                  SSI            Material]
                Material]
       (97)    [Removed        [Removed SSI    [Removed SSI Material]
                  SSI            Material]
                Material]
       (98)    [Removed        [Removed SSI    [Removed SSI Material]
                  SSI            Material]
                Material]
       (99)    UNCLAS          All Operators   Implement MARSEC TWO Security Measures (57), (58), (59) and
                                               (60) to the maximum extent possible.

       (100)   [Removed        [Removed SSI    [Removed SSI Material]
                  SSI            Material]
                Material]




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    DATE       DRAFT         FOUO / SSI          AUTHORITY       MSO JAX       AUTHORITY      D.L. LERSCH    P AGE   4000- 20
  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    Measure Info Security Responsible Entity Description
     (101)   [Removed       [Removed SSI [Removed SSI Material]
                 SSI          Material]
              Material]
       (102)   [Removed        [Removed SSI   [Removed SSI Material]
                  SSI            Material]
                Material]
       (103)   [Removed        [Removed SSI   [Removed SSI Material]
                  SSI            Material]
                Material]
       (104)   [Removed        [Removed SSI   [Removed SSI Material]
                  SSI            Material]
                Material]
       (105)   [Removed        [Removed SSI   [Removed SSI Material]
                  SSI            Material]
                Material]
       (106)   [Removed        [Removed SSI   [Removed SSI Material]
                  SSI            Material]
                Material]
       (107)   UNCLAS                All      Review security incident response plans and refresh all personnel on
                                              procedures contained therein. Place any specialized personnel and/or
                                              equipment required in stand-by status for maximum speed of
                                              response.


    4530 (SSI) Operational Security Measures
    Operational Security is defined as a systematic and analytical process by which Government agencies,
    commercial entities, and private citizens can deny potential adversaries information about our
    capabilities and intentions by identifying, controlling, and protecting evidence of planning and
    execution of sensitive activities and operations.

    The information about our intentions, capabilities, or activities is known as “critical information.”
    Since the compromise of this critical information may allow a terrorist to gain a significant advantage,
    its protection involves all personnel—active, reserve, auxiliary, civilians and contractors. A concerted
    effort must be taken to ensure everyone is aware that the threat is real and active in all aspects of our
    missions.

    Operational Security Measures mitigate or control vulnerabilities, threats, and usefullness of
    information that our adversaries may develop. These measures can include procedural changes,
    supression of indicators to deny critical information, deception, preception management, intelligence
    countermeasures, traditional (physical) security measures, or any other action that is likely to thwart our
    adversary’s purposes. The Port Security Committee has recommended the following OPSEC
    Measures for MARSEC THREE:




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    DATE       DRAFT         FOUO / SSI         AUTHORITY        MSO JAX      AUTHORITY     D.L. LERSCH      P AGE   4000- 21
  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
        Measure       Info Security    Responsible Entity          Description
         (O-27)         UNCLAS                  All                Continue all MARSEC ONE and TWO OPSEC
                                                                   Measures except (O-1), (O-3), (O-8), (O-9), and
                                                                   (O-10)

             (O-28)      UNCLAS                   MJTF             Within one hour of MARSEC THREE set,
                                                                   begin monitoring of OPSEC measures within
                                                                   the port and on vessels. Assure vessels,
                                                                   facilities, and other marine areas are using these
                                                                   OPSEC measures and those defined within their
                                                                   own security plans.

             (O-29)    [Removed                [Removed SSI        [Removed SSI Material]
                      SSI Material]              Material]
             (O-30)    UNCLAS                      All             To the extent possible, change the shift
                                                                   reporting times and operational cycles in order
                                                                   to maximize adversary confusion. Vary the
                                                                   times and routes by which all employees report
                                                                   to work, and consider staggered arrival times
                                                                   within one shift.

             (O-31)    [Removed                [Removed SSI        [Removed SSI Material]
                      SSI Material]              Material]
             (O-32)    [Removed                [Removed SSI        [Removed SSI Material]
                      SSI Material]              Material]


    4540 (SSI) Roles, Resources, And Responsibilities
    [RESERVED]

    4550 (SSI) Security Measures for SPOE Operations
    [Removed SSI Material]




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    DATE         DRAFT        FOUO / SSI              AUTHORITY       MSO JAX       AUTHORITY                P AGE
                                                                                                    D.L. LERSCH      4000- 22
  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    4600 (U) Public Access Facility
    A Public Access Facility is defined as an area with public access that is primarily for recreation or
    entertainment purposes, and whose primary purpose is not meant to receive or service vessels regulated
    under 33 CFR 104. This may include a public pier, wharf, dock, waterside restaurant, or marina that
    contains minimal infrastructure such as only bollards, cleats, or ticket booths, or even a riverbank that
    contains no infrastructure.

    Additionally, certain facilities subject to the security regulations in 33 CFR part 105 may petition the
    FMSC under the provisions of those regulations and paragraph 4610 below to be designated as Public
    Access Facilities in lieu of meeting the 33 CFR part 105 requirements. This section details the rules
    pertaining to these facilities (only). This section is organized as follows:

              4610     Designation as a Public Access Facilities
                       4611     Designated Public Access Facilities
              4620     Withdrawal of Designation
              4630     Security Measures for Public Access Facilities

    4610 (U) Designation as a Public Access Facilities
    An owner or operator may send a written request to the cognizant Federal Maritime Security
    Coordinator requesting to be designated as a Public Access Facility in lieu of complying the
    requirements of 33 CFR 105. A facility designated as a Public Access Facility is not relieved from all
    security responsibilities. Instead, these facilities will be required to meet the measures outlined by the
    FMSC, and may be required to provide some additional measures of security as a condition of the
    FMSC designating them as a Public Access Facility.

                                                                              Before granting this designation,
                                                                              the FMSC will consider the
                                                                              results of the AMS Assessment
                                                                              when granting an exemption. The
                                                                              FMSC with then notify the
                                                                              facility in writing that their
                                                                              request for designation as a Public
                                                                              Access Facility has been
                                                                              approved or disapproved. Under
                                                                              no circumstances may a facility
                                                                              regulated under 33 CFR part 105
                                                                              begin operating as a Public
                                                                              Access Area until it has received
                                                                              a final designation letter from the
                                                                              FMSC and has implemented the
                                                                              minimum security measures in
                                                                              this plan and any addition a
                                                                              security measures outlined in the
                                                                              FMSC’s final designation letter.
                                                                              Though the facility may be
                                                                              exempted from the provisions of
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    DATE      DRAFT         FOUO / SSI          AUTHORITY        MSO JAX      AUTHORITY     D.L. LERSCH      P AGE   4000- 23
  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.
    33 CFR 105, the FMSC may require a written agreement (bare-bones plan) from the owner or operator
    of the Public Access Facility to provide adequate security at heighten MARSEC Levels as condition for
    granting the designation.

    For example, the COTP will normally consider requiring the facility owner or operator to provide
    additional guards to monitor the Public Access Facility at MARSEC Levels 2 or 3 or during special
    events. To insure that adequate security is maintained, facility and vessel owners or operations are
    encouraged to cooperate with vessel owners or operators when coordinating the conditions of the
    COTP exemption.

    In addition, this written agreement does not limit the COTP’s authority to require the implementation of
    additional security measure to deal with specific security concerns. Figure (1) is an example of how the
    boundaries of a Public Access Facility could be designated. Typically, the perimeter is not bounded to
    allow unimpeded access to the facility.


    4611 (U) Designated Public Access Facilities
    The Federal Maritime Security Coordinator has not designated any facilities normally regulated under
    33 CFR part 105 as Public Access Facilities.


    4620 (U) Withdrawal of Designation
    The COTP may withdraw the designation if the owner or operator of a Public Access Facility fails to
    comply with any written conditions of the designation or any additional measure ordered by the COTP.
    When a designation has been withdrawn from a facility that receives vessels regulated under 33 CFR
    part 104, the facility will be required to comply with the requirements of 33 CFR part 105. A Public
    Access Facility owner or operator may request in writing to be re-designated as a Public Access
    Facility upon rectifying unsuitable conditions.

    4630 (SSI) Security Measures for Public Access
         Facilities
    [Removed SSI Material]


    4700 (U) Maritime Worker Credentials
    Any personal identification credential for maritime workers accepted under the access control
    provisions of 33 CFR 101, Chapter 1, Subchapter H must, at least, meet the following requirements:

                       1.    Be laminated or otherwise secure against tampering.
                       2.    Contain the individual’s full name.
                       3.    Contain a photo which depicts the individual’s current facial appearance.
                       4.    Bear the name of the issuing authority.

    The issuing authority must be a government authority, an orgainzation authorized to act on the behalf
    of a government authority, or the individual’s employer, union, or trade association.



  V ERSION    V_1.0         CLASSIFICATION:    CONTROLLING        USCG         ISSUING         CAPT
    DATE      DRAFT          FOUO / SSI         AUTHORITY        MSO JAX      AUTHORITY     D.L. LERSCH      P AGE   4000- 24
  SENSITIVE SECURITY INFORMATION. WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is controlled
 under 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to persons without a “need to know”, as defined in 49
CFR parts 15 and 1520, except with the written permission of the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration or
the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized release may result in civil penalty or other action. For U.S. government agencies,
                           public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CFR parts 15 and 1520.

								
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